VANCOUVER, Nov. 8, 2018
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VANCOUVER, Nov. 8, 2018 /CNW/ - Global Health Clinics Ltd. (the "Company") (CSE: MJRX) (Frankfurt: L002) is pleased to announce the completion of a letter of intent with Integrative Alternative Health Services (IAHS) located in Alberta. IAHS offers patients a variety of home care services in the Central Alberta area, the services range from counselling, massage, yoga, Reiki, meditation, and natural and herbal health products including cannabis as a medicine. Global Health Clinics will be taking over operations of the cannabis aspect of IAHS, offering education and support under the ACMPR. Global Health Clinics will be opening stand-alone offices which will offer the services of IAHS along with cannabis education and support under the ACMPR.
"We are pleased to have a footprint in Alberta, which is one of the largest growing Provinces for medical marijuana use in Canada. By working together with IAHS we gain access to a whole new patient base that use a variety of treatments and services that go hand in hand with cannabis treatment." States Terry Roycroft - CEO
The first quarter of Health Canada's ACMPR Fiscal Year 2018-19 shows the total number of ACMPR client registrations are 958,228. Alberta alone totals 348,288 which is 36% of total registrations in Canada.
"This acquisition allows us to provide access to patients in Alberta with their ACMPR licenses and is the first of our expansion plans within the Province. The integrated health model not only allows us to support patients but give them another alternative for medical support through knowledgeable and supportive health practitioners in other fields." States Terry Roycroft - CEO
Global Health Clinics Ltd.
Terry Roycroft, CEO
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